"In The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar, sixteen men and women steeped in the multi-layered, multi-cultural texture of Panikkar's unique gifts are gathered to consider his profound contributions to philosophy of religions and ...
Author: Joseph Prabhu
"In The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar, sixteen men and women steeped in the multi-layered, multi-cultural texture of Panikkar's unique gifts are gathered to consider his profound contributions to philosophy of religions and interreligious dialogue. Born in Spain of a Spanish mother and Indian father, Panikkar is a Catholic priest who considers himself a practicing Hindu and a secularist as well as a Catholic. Professor Emeritus of the University of California, Santa Barbara, Panikkar holds doctorates in chemistry, philosophy, and theology and has given lectures worldwide, including the prestigious Gifford Lectures in Edinburgh (soon to be published by Orbis as The Rhythm of Being.) Panikkar's many books include The Unknown Christ of Hinduism, The Silence of God: The Answer of the Buddha, and The Cosmotheandric Experience."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Author: Veli-Matti KärkkäinenPublish On: 2017-09-29
The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar, Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, pp. 177-91
. ——— (1996b), Jesus and the Other Names: Christian Mission and Global
Responsibility, Maryknoll, NY: Orbis. ——— (2002), Introducing Theologies of ...
Author: Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen
The doctrine of the Trinity is one of the most distinguishing marks of Christian faith. This is the first book to present an overview of the role of the Trinity in Christian theology in relation to religious pluralism and other religions. Approaching the study of the relationship between Christianity and other religions from the perspective of the Trinity, this book surveys all the major contributions to the topic by leading theologians at the international and ecumenical level. Veli-Matti Karkkainen points to future challenges and areas in need of development, examining in detail a case study exploring how the Catholic Church has responded to Islam from the perspective of the Trinity. Students of theology and religious studies will find this an invaluable text for courses that discuss religious pluralism and Christianity's relation to other religions. Pastors, other Christian workers, and academics will also find it a handy reference tool for teaching and further study.
Raimon Panikkar, “A SelfCritical Dialogue,” in The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar, ed. Joseph Prabhu (Maryknoll. NY: Orbis Books, 1996), 252.
22. Ibid., 239. 23. Ibid., 247. 24. Raimon Panikkar, “The Pluralism of Truth.” This
Author: Gregory C. Higgins
Publisher: Paulist Press
Category: God (Christianity)
"Searching for God draws upon the traditional categories of systematic theology as it guides readers through the Catholic theological thought process involved in the search for God. At each step we examine the work of a past thinker from the time of the early church up to the early twentieth century, and a present thinker whose works are often required reading in theology courses. Not only do readers have the opportunity to critically evaluate several important theological works in the Catholic tradition, they can also enter into dialogue with those works as they engage in their own search for God."--Provided by publisher.
'A Self-Critical Dialogue' (SCD) is Panikkar's response to the essays on his
thinking compiled in the volume The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar,
edited by Joseph Prabhu.164 This text is very valuable because Panikkar is
Author: Jyri Komulainen
This study gives a detailed analysis of the theology of religions of Raimon Panikkar (b. 1918), a Catalan-born Hindu-Christian. His radical pluralism is found to be based on his idiosyncratic "cosmotheandrism," and even to show signs of inclusivism.
Lanzetta, Beverly J. “The Mystical Basis of Panikkar's Thought.” In The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar, edited by Joseph Prabhu, 91–105.
Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1996. Larson, Gerald James. “Contra Pluralism.” In The
Author: Wilbert R. Shenk
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Over the past two centuries the Christian faith has spread to all continents. Although more global than ever, Christians are religious minorities in most societies. Religious freedom is hardly universal. In the past fifty years, millions of people have been uprooted from their traditional homelands in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Some have emigrated to Western Europe and North America. The West has become the scene of cultural, linguistic, and religious variety on a scale unimagined in 1900. Today, the full range of faiths and religious practices from all continents are present in Europe and North America. Christians are challenged to come to terms with this changed situation. These developments have intensified religious plurality. Christians all over the world are being urged to understand and engage with this new situation. This volume highlights this new reality and specifies some sources for engagement, not least among them the Judeo-Christian scriptures--fundamental to all "Christianities"--that emerged out of religious plural contexts. On the basis of their faith in the Triune God disclosed in this text, all followers of Jesus Christ must interact with these opportunities in today's radically context-sensitive world.
“Perichoresis and Projection: Problems with Social Doctrines of the Trinity.” New
Blackfriars 81 (2000) 432–45. Kipp ... In The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar, edited by Joseph Prabhu, 177–91. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1996. ———.
Author: Joas Adiprasetya
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
In contrast to the popular notion that the doctrine of the Trinity hinders Christians from engaging with the reality of religious diversity, this book argues that the doctrine is the best way of constructing contemporary theology of religions. An Imaginative Glimpse reexamines three prominent Trinitarian theologians of religions (Raimundo Panikkar, Gavin D'Costa, and S. Mark Heim) and proposes a fresh and creative model by bringing the classical idea of perichoresis to its present-day multifaith situation. Opening a new alternative in both Trinitarian theology and theology of religions, Adiprasetya's approach adds a distinctive contribution to the ongoing and challenging discussion in both fields. By using perichoresis imaginatively as a multidimensional category for multiple religious participations within the Trinity, Adiprasetya argues that the model is able to respect all religions on their own terms, while at the same time being faithful to the Christian standpoint.
He is editor of The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar (1996), and Indian
Ethics: Classical Traditions and Contemporary Challenges, volume 1 (coedited
with P.Bilimoria, 2007). He has published numerous journal articles and book ...
We shall firstly consider the contribution by Raimon Panikkar , a Catholic
theologian who , in many ways in his own life ... For an excellent survey and
discussion of Panikkar's work , see The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar , ed .
Author: Anne Hunt
Publisher: Theology in Global Perspective
"...to explore with the author the interconnectedness of belief in the triune God to Christian doctrine and practice. ...." [from back cover]
Chennai Journal of Intercultural Philosophy ... While the first volume introduced
more famous figures such as Anthony de Mello and Raimon Panikker , the
second has highlighted the work of less - famous , but important ... some problems .
Raimon Panikkar ' s Cosmotheandric Vision ( Peter Lang AG : Berne , Berlin ,
Frankfurt , New York , Paris , Wien , 1998 ) . 2 . ... The Contemplative Catalyst of
Raimon Panikkar ' , The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar , ed . Joseph
In conclusion , I would like to signal a challenge to the advaitic vision in general
and Panikkar's cosmotheandric reinterpretation of Advaita in particular , namely ,
how do we concretely ... The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar , ed .
Panikkar ' s approach attains a kind of openness to cultures , an openness which
contributes to the emergence of a ... Dialogue is not a Francis D ' Sa , “ The
Notion of God in Panikkar ” , The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar , 25
- 45 ...
Cf. Panikkar , “ The Invisible Harmony : A Universal Theory of Religion or a
Cosmic Confidence in Reality ? ” , Toward a Universal ... Panikkar , “ A Self -
Critical Dialogue , ” The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar , ed . Joseph
Author: A. V. Afonso
Publisher: Centre for Studies in civilizations
Description: This Volume on Indian Christianity Represents the Unique Character of Christian Belief Systems and its Practice in the Indian Context, Reflected in the Divergent Cultural and Ethnic Expressions that have been Theologically Justified by Various Individuals and Groups Representing Diverse Christian Denominations. The Uniqueness of Christian Faith and Practice Lies in its Claim that the Religion is Based Upon Love. In a Comparative Study of Religions, it is Never Possible to Make such Claim in Relation to other Religions. What is Pointed out here is that Christianity, in Genesis and Practice, Makes Love its Central Reality. The Shift that Occurred with the Message of Jesus Vis-a-Vis the Message of the Old Testament is Best Described in Terms of the Shift from God of Justice to God of Love as Preached by Jesus. Another Distinguishing Mark of Christian Faith and Practice is the Emphasis on Jesus of Nazareth as a Historical Person. Besides, Depending on the References to Non-Biblical Texts to Authenticate the Historicity of Jesus, Christians in the Later Part of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century have Undertaken Critical Inquiry into the Reliability of the Biblical Texts, Composition of the Books, etc. which gave Rise to a Distinct Method of Hermeneutics/Exegesis. Most Papers in this Volume have Either Commitment to Historicity of Jesus or Rely Upon Exegetical/Hermeneutical Method While Establishing the Truth. The Papers in this Volume Deal with Four Different Themes : the Historical, the Conceptual, the Theological and the Social. As a Historical Contribution, the Papers Reflect on Early Christianity Both World Wide and in India and Spread of Christianity in Various Parts of the Country. As a Conceptual Contribution, the Papers Reflect on the Unique Character of Indian Christianity which has its Genesis in Indian Culture and has Retained Many of its Elements While at the Same Time Asserting its Universal Character. At the Theological Level, the Papers Deal with Theological Aspects of Indian Christianity Particularly in the Context of Christianity s Interaction with other Faiths. And Finally, at the Social Level, the Contributors Reflect on Social Contribution of Christianity in Terms of Science, Art, Music and Culture. All the Papers Both Directly and Indirectly, Implicitly or Overtly, Contribute to Show the Essence of Indian Christianity, Both as Communion and as a Social Reality. This Book on Indian Christianity is Likely to be of Interest Both to Researchers as Well as the General Public, some of whom have Varied Misconceptions about the Two Millennia of Expression of Faith in India.
We only add that the " Radical Trinity " is a simple example and expression of
Panikkar's holistic search and a symbol that ... Intuition : The Contemplative
Catalyst of Raimon Panikkar , " in The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar , ed .
Cosmic Confidence or Preferential Option " in Intercultural Challenges of Raimon Panikkar . edited by Joseph Prabhu . Maryknoll , New York : Orbis Books , 1996 .
Laidlaw , Alexander F . , editor . The Man from Mangaree : Writings and ...
Orbis Books , 1989 ) ; The Cosmotheandric Experience : Emerging Religious
Consciousness ( Maryknoll , N.Y .: Orbis Books , 1993 ) . For a critical study of
Panikkar , see Joseph Brabhu , ed . , The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar ...
Author: Peter C. Phan
Vietnamese American Peter Phan reflects on cultural diversity in spiritual life, focussing on the question of how much uniformity people will tolerate in life, liturgy, & denominational self-definition.
My point is not to challenge the Mystery but to point to the “ activistic " nuance in
the interpretation of the trinitarian Mystery . ... See R . Panikkar , “ A Self - Critical
Dialogue , ” in The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar , J . Prabhu ( ed . )
Author: Robert Edgar Carter
Publisher: Paragon House Publishers
The essays in this volume represent a wide range of perspectives on the role and responsibility of the world's religions in shaping the individual, the family and society, and in protecting and fruitfully interacting with the environment.
For more details on Panikkar's hermeneutics of myth see Bettina Baumer , “
Panikkar's Hermeneutic of Myth ” and Raimon Panikkar , " Self Critical Dialogue "
in Joseph Prabhu , Ed . The Intercultural Challenge of Raimon Panikkar (